Articles Tagged ‘CBS’

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CBS SVOD heading north

CBS All Access is coming to Canada in early 2018, though no details on how this service will affect licensing deals with Canadian broadcasters.

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Upfronts 2017: CBS sticks with its strengths

Lindsey Talbot, managing director, trading and activation at Maxus Canada, details the “steady and consistent” new schedule from the top U.S. network.

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Trekking toward pick-and-pay

Behind Bell Media’s big Star Trek win and why high-profile deals and international relationships matter more than ever in TV today.

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CBS upfront 2016: equal parts comedy, drama

UM Canada’s Julie McMillan on how Big Bang is factoring into the network’s schedule, its first in 16 years without a CSI series.

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Twitter to live stream NFL Thursday Night games

The social platform has partnered with the National Football League to win global rights outside of Canada for the weeknight series.

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CBS renews 11 series

The network has yet to pick up two returning series, both of which air on CTV.

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ICYMI: Super Bowl live-streams and living ads

In case you missed it: CBS will live-stream Super Bowl ads online in 2016, Woodbine Racetrack is adding topiary advertising and Fifth Story has hired a new director.

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Upfronts 2015: CBS doesn’t mess with a good thing

Victoria Morris, director of trading at Mindshare Canada, on her pick for the network’s next big hit, and which of the two new comedies are actually funny.

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It’s Showtime for Bell Media

The media co is promoting its new partnership by premiering new comedy Happyish ahead of the U.S. this Saturday night.

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TV buying: Rebuilding the jumbo jet mid-flight

David Jowett, president of Cossette Media on how to prepare for coming changes in TV buying.

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Upfronts 2014: CBS goes big on drama

Lina Alles, chief trading officer at Mindshare Canada, on the channel’s new offerings, which include two new crime show spinoffs.

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Phil King on Big Bang’s three-year renewal

The CTV programming president on the show’s popularity and plans to boost other Canadian programming using its powerful lead-in capabilities.

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Ironside and Welcome to the Family get cancelled: Fall TV

Elsewhere, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Crazy Ones, Mom and The Millers have all received full season orders.

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CBS’s plan to stay on top: blog

Mindshare’s Lina Alles on the two shows she sees lasting of the five new programs presented by the network at its upfront.

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CBS expands its mandate

To fill a void left by the Radio Marketing Bureau, the organization has re-engineered its website and is providing detailed info on each radio station in Canada.